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    Talking nothing specific........

    Just bored really, Anyone else partner always go away for extended periods of time?

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    Not really extended I guess, but DH is away Monday to Friday every third week. So not too bad, but I do get bored when he is away.

    Hoping it won't be too hard when bubs arrives!

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    My hubby is FIFO as is away for 4 weeks and home for one week. Just dropped him off today.

    I rarely get bored when he is away because I am so busy.. work, general house upkeep and all DD activities. I find Friday/Saturday nights the time I am most bored.

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    *puts hand up*
    He leaves for 3 months soon

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    Not anymore, but I can empathise. My DH was in the army until late last year and he was *always* away, for months at a time. I never saw him.

    What sort of work does he do?

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    Nope, but sometimes i wish she would go away even just for an hour lol.

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    Not anymore, but I can empathise. My DH was in the army until late last year and he was *always* away, for months at a time. I never saw him.

    What sort of work does he do?

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    Not as bad as some, but my hubby has his own business so travels out to the mines frequently.....

    I like it!! I get the tv to myself, the bed to myself, get to eat whatever I want... It's a bit of a downer when he gets home sometimes lol!

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    My hubby is fifo, only 2 weeks away at a time but this round has been a nightmare, dd fell and broke her wrist 2 days after he flew out, so i.ve been up and down all night with her and am utterly exhausted! Normally i dont find it too bad, but you really notice their absence in the hard times

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    Not literally, but it sure feels like it!
    DF works shift work, so when he is working he is awake (at work) when I am asleep and he is asleep when I am awake. It really can feel like he is never home because of this.


 

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